Deriving a Large Scale Taxonomy from Wikipedia
|Deriving a Large Scale Taxonomy from Wikipedia|
|Author(s)||Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Michael Strube|
|Published in||AAAI'07: Proceedings of the 22nd national conference on Artificial intelligence|
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Deriving a Large Scale Taxonomy from Wikipedia is a 2007 conference paper written in English by Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Michael Strube and published in AAAI'07: Proceedings of the 22nd national conference on Artificial intelligence.
We take the category system in Wikipedia as a conceptual network. We label the semantic relations between categories using methods based on connectivity in the network and lexicosyntactic matching. As a result we are able to derive a large scale taxonomy containing a large amount of subsumption, i.e. isa, relations. We evaluate the quality of the created resource by comparing it with ResearchCyc, one of the largest manually annotated ontologies, as well as computing semantic similarity between words in benchmarking datasets.
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- "Building large knowledge bases by mass collaboration" (create it!)
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